Mohanlal unveils poster of Velipadinte Pusthakam, aces look of an elderly professor
While Mohanlal looks spot on as a literature professor, the blackboard behind him dilvulges interesting details about his character.
Malayalam superstar Mohanlal received rave reviews for his film, Vysakh's action adventure film Pulimurugan, and even received a National Award as a Special Jury Mention. Now, he is all set for his next release, Lal Jose's Velipadinte Pusthakam.
— Mohanlal (@Mohanlal) June 27, 2017
Mohanlal unveiled the poster of the film on Twitter. He plays a college professor of literature in the film and is seen delivering a lecture in a classroom. Mohanlal looks neat in the light brown kurta, with a book in his hand, spectacles resting on his nose and a pen clipped on to the pocket of his kurta.
But what makes the poster all the more interesting is the blackboard in the background. While the right hand side of the blackboard spells out the details of the film, its cast and crew, the left hand side manages to grab your attention through a scenery chalked out neatly and a Dracula figure, alluding to Mohanlal's authoritative personality.
The allegation is supported by a number of smartphones kept on the teacher's desk. This probably hints at the possibility that Mohanlal's character has confiscated the smartphones of a few miscreants in his class.
Velipadinte Pusthakam also stars Priyanka Nair, Salim Kumar, Siddique and Anoop Menon. It is produced by Antony Perumbavoor's Aashirvad Cinemas. It is slated to release on 1 September.
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